How Bazaar Geelong is a collectables market place with 1000 square metres of industrial, vintage and retro furniture, jewellery and kitchenware with over 12,000 items.
How Bazaar specialises in quality second hand goods that are sourced from all over Australia. They have a range of carnival and sideshow items from the early 20th Century, antique and vintage hardware and tools, fishing gear, linen, china and glassware.
Their website carries around 1,000 of the latest and best items and you can subscribe to receive notifications of new items in a particular category.
An extensive range of antiques and collectables all in the one building. A definite must for any collector or bargain hunter. Easily accessible from the Melbourne Road, they have plenty of parking. Come and visit How Bazaar next time you are in Geelong....
The best battlefields in Geelong, Laser Strike Geelong brings you urban warfare.
Laser Strike Geelong offer many combat challenges for every commando.
The Outdoor Urban Battlefield is the only one of its kind to be situated in Geelong. The battles fought here are fast and furious - they are won and lost amongst thousands of tyres, many barriers, hay bails, cars and even the odd truck. Not to mention the chaos caused from the gunfire inside the centre rooms.
Keep your gun at the ready, there is action at your every turn. Sessions can be played during the morning, afternoon or for a real challenge try a twilight session in the evening.
Laser Strike is a safe and exciting outdoor laser skirmish
The laser skirmish guns shoot harmless beams of infra-red light, this laser tag equipment is the most sophisticated gaming guns on the market today. SATR has loads of features, but the killer-feature is its real-time instant hit-feedback. So no matter what terrain, indoors or outdoors, you instantly know when you got 'em.
Best of all - any age can play....
The Geelong Arena is a multi use sports and entertainment venue, hosting a wide variety of high class events.
The venue houses four purpose built basketball courts, inclusive of the show court / auditorium suitable for local through international sport competitions and events.
The auditorium's versatility with portable carpet options and tiered seating has attracted a variety of events. The fully licensed venue has catering facilities, plenty of parking and is situated opposite North Geelong railway station which is convenient for out of town and local visitors.
The facility is recognised as the 'Home of Geelong Basketball' with the Geelong Supercats and Basketball Geelong as major users....
Geelong's early story is of the sea with passenger arrivals and departures or trade, scientific and naval activities.
The Geelong Maritime Museum at Osborne House displays a mix of sailing ships and submarines, naval heroes and navigation aids. There are photographs, large-scale ship models flags, uniforms, items from shipwrecks and medals. For MHHV members, of especial interest is the information on wartime naval battles and Geelong's early maritime history from 1838. Osborne House was Australia's first Naval College in 1913-14 and a submarine base in 1920-22....
Tucked away in industrial North Geelong and set in an old warehouse-touched up with some Street Art, at Mule Coffee Shed you will find Proud Mary's Coffee, an ever-changing lunch menu as well as a beautiful and decadent selection of pastry and treats.
Mule Coffee Shed have fun experimenting with speciality coffees served in different ways, including filter, pour-over, cold dripped, cold brewed - everything, but filter coffee. They have beautiful organic teas from Chamellia, healthy and not so healthy smoothies and are licensed!
With its cool street art, friendly staff and great atmosphere, it is definitely worth a visit....